The 1927 Model T ford requires a full restoration. The body has been removed from its chassis. Once the body was removed from the chassis the steel body panels were removed from the timber frame. The body panels have been sandblasted inside and out. The chassis has been sandblasted and prepared for rebuild.
Model T Ford engine has been stripped down. The transmission has also been stripped down for inspection. After inspection the engine needed to be completely overhauled. The differential and gearbox has also been rebuilt using original, secondhand and new parts. The chassis has been painted and the running gear has been painted and reassembled.
The rear boot lid and boot space has been converted to a Dickie seat. The body panels have been locally repaired and filed finished. The original timber wheels have been stripped down and the rims and wheels have been sandblasted. New timber spokes have been installed into painted wheel assemblies.
View the progress of the restoration from start to finish.